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how to make frozen yogurt + 4 more easy frozen yogurt recipes

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Prep Time: 120 minutes

Servings: 4

Cost: $13.80 /serving

Ingredients

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Instructions

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Step 1

To make this frozen yogurt, I use a food processor, but you could also make this in a heavy duty kitchen blender.

Step 2

To do so, line a rimmed baking sheet with tin foil and then add two dividers to divide it into thirds. In one third, add fresh blueberries. In the second third, add fresh raspberries. And in the final third, add sliced bananas.

Step 3

Then, transfer this to the freezer for just about an hour or two and they’ll be perfectly frozen and ready to use.  You could also use pre-frozen fruit.

Step 4

So add the frozen bananas to your food processor, followed by the full fat greek yogurt and natural peanut butter.

Step 5

Blend this all together for a couple minutes until it’s smooth. You may need to scrape down the sides a bit to help it along.

Step 6

You can taste it once it’s fully mixed to see if any sweetness is needed - if you used ripe bananas, it prob doesn’t need any sweetener, but you could add in a little raw honey if needed and process again.

Step 7

This peanut butter frozen yogurt is now ready to eat and has a soft serve consistency. To harden it a little, you can place in the freezer in an air-tight container and freeze for about an hour, if you’d prefer.

Step 8

Add the frozen raspberries to the food processor - depending on the fruit, I tend to use 3 or 4 cups of fruit.

Step 9

Then, add full fat plain greek yogurt and a little raw honey because the raspberries aren’t super sweet.

Step 10

Blend this all together for a minute or so until it’s smooth, scraping down the sides if you have to.

Step 11

Once it’s all pureed, you can taste it and see if it needs any more raw honey and then blend again. You could also use pure maple syrup, if you'd prefer.

Step 12

This raspberry frozen yogurt is now ready to eat and has a soft serve consistency. To harden it a little, you can place in the freezer in an air-tight container and freeze for about an hour, if you’d prefer.

Step 13

Start by adding the frozen sliced bananas to the food processor, followed by dark cocoa powder, full fat plain greek yogurt, and a little pure maple syrup.

Step 14

Then so simple - just blend until smooth, scraping down the sides along the way as needed.

Step 15

If you like sweeter chocolate, you can add a little more pure maple syrup or, if you like more bitter dark chocolate, add a little less.

Step 16

This chocolate frozen yogurt is now ready to eat and has a soft serve consistency. To harden it a little, you can place in the freezer in an air-tight container and freeze for about an hour, if you’d prefer.

Step 17

First, add the frozen blueberries to your food processor, followed by full fat plain greek yogurt, a little raw honey, and a quick squeeze of lemon juice.

Step 18

Then, blend all this together, scraping down the sides of the food processor if needed to help it along.

Step 19

This blueberry frozen yogurt is now ready to eat and has a soft serve consistency. To harden it a little, you can place in the freezer in an air-tight container and freeze for about an hour, if you’d prefer.

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